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    Default Industrial strength mobile computing

    http://news.com.com/2300-1044_3-6104...g=ne.gall.rbcs

    Do THAT to your Dell, huh? Don't think so...

    You can only get 2GB of RAM for it tho:
    http://www.gd-computing.com/index.cf...=Products:XR-1

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    Exclamation Re: Industrial strength mobile computing

    I can't believe what I'm seeing.
    I don't care what it says, I don't think i'd be able to do that! ~hugsdellclosely~ there, there...
    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Macaulay
    http://news.com.com/2300-1044_3-6104...g=ne.gall.rbcs

    Do THAT to your Dell, huh? Don't think so...

    You can only get 2GB of RAM for it tho:
    http://www.gd-computing.com/index.cf...=Products:XR-1
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    Default Re: Industrial strength mobile computing

    I wouldn't put my larptop through that in the first place! Still if it actually accomplished they say it does then I would consider geting one.

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    Default Re: Industrial strength mobile computing

    I find it humorous that this laptop only received the "rugged" instead of the "ultra rugged" grade. A laptop must need to be made of a composite of kryptointe and unobotainium to qualify as "ultra rugged"

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    Default Re: Industrial strength mobile computing

    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Macaulay
    http://news.com.com/2300-1044_3-6104...g=ne.gall.rbcs

    Do THAT to your Dell, huh? Don't think so...
    One might have to hose down the Dell if it catches on fire, eh?

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    Talking Re: Industrial strength mobile computing

    HA! good point. I checked, supposedly my battery is 'safe' ~fingers crossed~
    Quote Originally Posted by truevis
    One might have to hose down the Dell if it catches on fire, eh?
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